Responding and reacting to contact while in a vehicle is high risk. This course builds on the principles of contact engagement, focusing on topics that increase survivability in fighting from vehicles. Whether you are a solo operator or part of a team, the techniques learned here will advance standard knowledge and provide you with a greater confidence to respond to and engage contacts efficiently.
Participants will learn to utilize their surroundings to gain the upper hand while recognizing and managing the high risk engagement with contact, in and around vehicles.
This is a course which encourages open dialogue and team learning.
Topics to include:
Review the fundamentals of weapons manipulations
How to efficiently draw and engage multiple targets at varied angles while seated
Considerations for weapons manipulations while in confined spaces
Considerations for how to get in and out of vehicles effectively (bail out drills)
Considerations when using a vehicle as cover/concealment
Engaging single and multiple targets from orthodox and unorthodox positions
Surviving Contact – what to do when you’re getting shot at
Moving to and utilizing cover after/during engagement
Disabled response to contact – when and where to perform self-aid trauma care
Solo operator & 2+ person team tactics
Minimum 800 rounds service pistol ammunition
Typical on-duty (or training) attire including body armour and plate carrier if issued. If the member is in a PC role then civilian attire is okay
Duty Belt and Holster (Serpa or any trigger-finger-actuated holster not permitted)
Individual First Aid Kit (IFAK) including TQ (CAT Gen 7 or SOFT-T recommended)
Eye and Ear protection
Recommended: Knee Pads and Gloves
Recommended: Repair and spare kit, multi-tools, CLP